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August 24, 2009

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Thanks for this tip. Very cool!

I'm going to try this, Alease. Thanks!

Here are my complete instructions for doing this with a T-Shirt transfer. You can get a lot of images on a page and then cut out as needed.

http://artistsjournal.wordpress.com/2008/09/01/heat-transfers-for-a-silkscreen-effect/

Thanks Martha, This is a great idea. Plan to use it really soon.

I just starting working with image transfer. I'm going to give this technique a try. Thanks.

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